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'll have brett erlich because north korea's leader uses strange rhetoric and is unintentionally funny and it sounds like a perfect fit for brett when he's next here on "the war room." >> michael: north korea continues to be a pain in the you know what. we should know. we've got one of those ourselves. everyone just calm down. it's only brett talking. >> north korea what blue up your pyongyang. your erratic behave has us all asking one question which is the title of today's segment whuhh? you're on the brink of nuclear war with everyone. what did we do to you? you're like my high school girl who would wake up mad at me and then point missiles at my locker--she was russian. i watch the dog whisperer so i know what to do. stsss. >> whuhh? this all started when you started hanging out with dennis rodman. what did he say to you? he's not our number one ambassador. i've feeling meeting you was the last thing on his bucket list and the last thing is nuclear war. crossing fingers this is not the case and how could you launch anything interest this computer? are you sure it's a computer and no
up, brett erlich's latest attempt to break the comedy barrier. we'll be right back with that. >> michael: we're not closing our political sports file yet. condoleezza rice and darla moore are the first female members of the formerly all boys club. rice has already been spotted hobnobbing on the green with tiger woods and phil mickelson despite having broken a number of racial and gender barriers, rice has been an outspoken agent for change in organizations like the augusta national golf club. for instance if a club should represent women she responded no i don't. these are issues for membership. given her sweet and understandingdemeanor, it's no wonder that they're comfortable with condi. brett erlich had to bring his rutgers coaching technique to the front page. shh brett with the whistle. >> sometimes you wish you had the coach you could sit them next to you and say you're done. >> kim jong-un you're done letting your internal crises layout on the international stage. don't you dare let me catch you ruining an entire region let alone an entire earth because of unresolved da
, brett erlich is next. >> coming up we add our names to the list of shows that have interviews with people who no nothing about the bombing suspect. don't go away. >> michael: down to los angeles we go to check out what the "the young turks" have coming up at the top of the hour. kemp, what's going on? they realized the rison suspect to say this is not the guy. >> cenk: you make assumptions and it seems like he is the guy. i thought he was the guy but turns out he was not the guy. there was another attack and he was released they're looking for someone who might have framed him. how often is that the case? every defendant said, i was framed, and turns out this one actually might have been framed. they don't have anyone in custody yet, so they're not positive who did it. >> michael: it's eerily reminiscent of what happened with the anthrax when they had stephen hatfield and hounded him and it wasn't him. >> cenk: and richard jewel as well. yes, don't immediately trust the government. it's almost as if i say that on a lot of shows. >> michael: i've never heard you say that. i don
'm done talking now. >> michael: brett erlich proving that it really does in the end help to be able to laugh. so thanks, brett. i don't have words that are sufficient in wrapping up this sad and confusing week. we saw the horror in boston, the tragedy in texas and the frustration of not being able to do right by gun victims. the most appropriate words to leave you with are those of eight-year-old martin richard who lost his life senselessly on monday. no more hurting people. peace, peace to all of you. have a great week, everybody. compelling true stories. music marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines. way inside. (christoff) we're patrolling the area looking for guns, drugs bodies ... (adam) we're going to places where few others are going. [lady] you have to get out now. >> lots of terrible things happen to people growing marijuana. >> this crop to me is my livelihood. >> i'm being violated by the health care system. (christoff) we go and spend a considerable amount of time getting to know the people and the characters th
, former new york representative anthony wiener. today's presidential news conference left our brett erlich with more questions than answers. the only problem is some questions have no answers. so everybody just calm down because it's only brett talking. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> so i know a lot of things, but occasionally something will come across the news that leaves me just baffled. so ned instead of pretending to know the answers, i have a few quick questions. first at obama's press conference, what's with all the photos. >> thank you appreciate it. >> quick question, what has ever happened at one of these things, i mean aside from the famous reagan snip slip of 1987. you can't unsee that one. next did you see michelle bachmann try to quote shakespeare. >> it remains me of the shakespeare line. thou protestest too much. if you think its hamlet, the lady flunks her test. you should butcher shakespeare way more often. when gays asked for more, homeo homeo, where art thou homeo. >> imagine mr. speaker a world without balloons. how can we make sure that the injustice of there being no helium fo
appreciate your time in the war room. when we come back brett erlich has his chance to weigh in on the unveiling of the george w. bush library. i'm betting this is good. stick around. alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. >> michael: and now for the best of the rest stories i don't want you to miss on this progressive thursday. good news lovers of all things golden, creamy and processed twinkies are back. the family-owned company behind that other classic american standard pabst blue ribbon has been given the go ahead to purchase host hostess out of bankruptcy. there is bad news, too. the wall street wall street journal reports that they will not be represente
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